Los Angeles Dodgers vs San Francisco Giants Stats

Team Offense

Los Angeles Dodgers Team Offense San Francisco Giants
117 Games Played 118
4,506 Plate Appearances 4,458
3,987 At-Bats 3,921
623 Runs Scored 531
1,033 Hits 923
242 Doubles 196
23 Triples 11
157 Home Runs 137
592 Runs Batted In 507
75 Stolen Bases 52
14 Caught Stealing 10
438 Walks 425
974 Strikeouts 1,030
.259 Batting Average .235
.335 On-Base Percentage .318
.449 Slugging Percentage .396
0.784 OPS 0.714
115 OPS+ 101
1,792 Total Bases 1,552
66 Grounded Into Double Play 81
822 Left on Base 815

In comparing these two teams, Los Angeles has on OBP of .335 while San Francisco sits at .318. The Dodgers are sitting with a batting average of .259 and the Giants have an average of .235. When talking about striking out at the plate, San Francisco is sitting with 1,030 on the campaign, and Los Angeles has 974. So far this season, the Dodgers are knocking in more runs, with an average of 5.3 runs per game. Having racked up 1,033, the Dodgers have earned more base knocks than the Giants this season. The Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants so far this year with 623.

Team Pitching

Los Angeles Dodgers Team Pitching San Francisco Giants
3.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.3
81 Wins 59
36 Losses 59
.692 Win-Loss Percentage .500
2.87 Earned Run Average (ERA) 3.9
1 Complete Games 1
10 Team Shutouts 7
1 Complete Game Shutouts 0
33 Saves 25
1,043 Innings Pitched 1,043
818 Hits Allowed 1,009
374 Runs Allowed 512
333 Earned Runs Allowed 450
103 Home Runs Allowed 99
291 Walks Allowed 321
9 Intentional Walks Allowed 11
1,037 Strikeouts 997
51 Balks 41
31 Wild Pitches 41
4,221 Batters Faced 4,427
2 Balks 2
145 ERA+ 103
3.40 FIP 3.48
1.063 WHIP 1.275
7.1 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.7
0.9 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 0.9
2.5 Walks Per 9 Innings 2.8
8.9 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.6
3.6 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 3.1
726 Left on Base 794

The Los Angeles Dodgers have given up less runs per contest than the San Francisco Giants on the year, averaging 3.20. Having 818, the Dodgers haven’t allowed as many hits as the Giants this year. So far this year, Los Angeles has the better pitching staff, having a team ERA of 2.87. In reference to striking out opponents, the Dodgers have accrued a total of 1,037 this year while the Giants have recorded 997. The Giants have more dominant pitchers pertaining to surrendering homeruns having 99. In reference to pitching statistics, Los Angeles owns a WHIP of 1.063 and San Francisco is at 1.275. Los Angeles has recorded more saves than San Francisco for the season having earned a total of 33. With 77, the Los Angeles Dodgers have more holds than the San Francisco Giants over the course of the season. On the campaign, Los Angeles has more dominant pitchers in the matter of save rate coming in at 73%. Pertaining to runners inherited, the Dodgers have tallied 106 so far this year, while the Giants have 155.

Team Bullpen

Los Angeles Dodgers Team Relief Pitching San Francisco Giants
406 Games in Relief 412
116 Games Finished 117
26 Wins in Relief 22
18 Losses in Relief 25
45 Save Opportunities 40
33 Saves 25
12 Blown Saves 15
73.0% Save Percentage 63.0%
124 Save Situations 94
77 Holds 51
106 Inherited Runners 155
29 Inherited Runners Scored 54
27.0% Inherited Score Percentage 35.0%
.921 Average Leverage Index .983
92 High Leverage Situations 124
118 Medium Leverage Situations 100
196 Low Leverage Situations 188
251 Times Entered With Lead 177
53 Times Entered in Tie 71
102 Times Entered When Behind 164
78 Inherited Runners 103
328 Times Entered With Bases Empty 309
72 Multiple Inning Appearances 90

Team Fielding

Los Angeles Dodgers Team Fielding San Francisco Giants
.725 Defensive Efficiency .677
4,152 Defensive Chances 4,326
3,131 Putouts 3,130
967 Assists 1,121
54 Errors 75
93 Double Plays 86
.987 Fielding Percentage .983

The Los Angeles Dodgers have notched more putouts than the San Francisco Giants over the course of the season having accumulated 3,131. With a total of 54, Los Angeles hasn’t recorded as many errors as San Francisco so far this season. This year, Los Angeles has the more dominant defense, riding a fielding percentage of .987. With respect to assisting a teammate, the Dodgers have 967 on the year, while the Giants have amassed 1,121.